DAN network exhibitions


April exhibitions in the library

April exhibitions in Droitwich library are all about the photography. Julian Rouse and Ric Harding , both members of Droitwich Camera Club, show the whole beauty and diversity of photography. 

Julian Rouse enjoys doing portraits and photographing people on the streets and in different situations. His documentary approach to the subject is accompanied by a narrative and subtle sense of humour. His black and white photograph of two young men was on display from 1st until 14th April.  

©Julian Rouse (l.), ©Ric Harding (r.). 

Ric Harding is primarily interested in landscapes, wildlife and travel photography. His photographs have been published in Outdoor Photography magazine and exhibited in many International Salons around the world. He chose a poetic photograph ‘Driftwood on Luskentyre Beach’ for the library display and it can be seen until 29th April.

The Maltstone pub exhibiting information

The Maltstone pub is a new DAN exhibiting venue and is keen to provide a space for art of many types in Droitwich. They would
like paintings, collage and photography – in fact, anything that can be securely hung and look good in a quality environment. The pub is particularly a smart venue building a reputation for good food. 

Peter Hawkins is venue coordinator and he put up a very detailed document that explains the venue and gives the instructions on practicalities (hanging, sales, floor plan…). 

Please click on the button bellow to open pdf document. 

The Maltstone pub exhibiting information

Spanish sun in Park’s Café

DAN chairman Peter Hawkins has an exhibition in Parks Café during April. Take a look at parts of Spain whilst enjoying your coffee in Droitwich! My pictures in Park’s Café will take you to Mallorca, Madrid, Toledo and other parts of mainland Spain. You can see Spain from here.

So, where will you find the following?

Regards

Peter Hawkins

March exhibitions by DAN members

A popular local restaurant, the Park’s Café (4 Victoria Square), is hosting an exhibition of watercolours by Chris Walker. Chris is an amateur artist who took up painting when she retired. She is very skilled watercolourist, but she uses a range of media including graphite, coloured pencils and pastel. The watercolours at this exhibition show wide range of subjects – animals and plants, birds, landscapes and architectural landmarks. Her exhibition is on until the end of March.